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General Fiction (including literary and historical)

  • Selfies: A Novel

    by Gabriel Gilbert
    Carinda Campbell is a stunning, streetwise southern woman who is seeking refuge in the wake of her ex-husband’s white collar crimes. She meets a man online who captures her interest. Ray Welles, a former Marine and brilliant tech entrepreneur, is leaving a soulless marriage while his mind battles old traumas. Humbled and trapped in his ex's litigation, he is losing grip on his children, business, and health. He connects with Carinda, their explosive chemistry fills needs unmet for years. Betw... more
  • Wee LuLu - Come Inside!

    by Candace Carson
    "Wee LuLu Come Inside!" teaches about location describers: inside, under, on top of, up and down, front and back, etc. The darling puppy portraits are filled with fun and mischief as LuLu romps through her fun-filled day. Concepts of direction, position, color, size and shape awareness are demonstrated to young readers ages 4+. Wee LuLu Come Inside! is a perfect example of teaching concepts to children while reading for pleasure. In other words, reading and learning are fun! Children's Book... more
  • Wee LuLu- A Good Example

    by Candace Carson
  • Rabbit McNabbit's Floppy Ears

    by Ste Burton
    Rabbit McNabbit's Floppy Ears is a charming children's picture book about a floppy eared rabbit who tries everything to have the 'straight up' ears of his dreams, but each comical attempt ends in utter failure ..... Will Rabbit McNabbit ever learn to love his own rabbity uniqueness? What could possibly be good about having the worlds floppiest ears? Rabbit McNabbit's Floppy Ears is a story about learning to love the skin you're in. It is a children’s picture book which is great fun to read, with... more
  • Raising the Blackbirds

    by Edward F. Moncrief
    The Mexican dicho “You raise the blackbirds, and they pluck out your eyes” captures succinctly Mexico’s four-hundred-fifty-year history of treachery conspired and blood spilled both by its leaders and by those in rebellion. The saying likewise captures this story; Mexican history and culture—vibrant still in the blood and flesh of its people—propel the narrative to its soulful yet redemptive conclusion. Sixto Torres narrates his journey from childhood in Mexico to his emigration to the ... more
  • A Hundred Veils

    by Rea Keech
    A young American professor at the University of Tehran falls in love with an Iranian artist and is thwarted by social, political, and religious forces that seem beyond his control.
  • Rosebloom

    by Christine Keleny
    Rose, a precocious girl in 1930s Wisconsin, runs away from home to avoid what she sees as a certain path to marriage and motherhood. What she seeks is adventure. What she finds is much more.
  • Grannie Panties Are Underrated

    by Gayle Erickson

    Elle Martin has it all. Handsome and sucessful husband. Check. Daughter and son attending an exclusive private high school. Check. Privilege, status, and wealth. Check. Check. Check.

    But there is more to Elle's story. Already struggling to keep up appearances in a social set full of pretension and ultra-competitiveness, Elle is thrown into a tailspin when a surprise announcement by her husband threatens to expose the truth behind her carefully constructed facade of perfection.

    Wha... more

  • Saddle Sore

    by Mike Schaible
    Uncle Mike’s new book Saddle Sore, a story about how Ben Wong claims the inheritance left by his brother. When Ben Wong’s brother, Charley Wong, dies, some family jewels were left to Ben. Charley’s lawyer sent an invitation to Ben in Wyoming to claim his inheritance in Southern California. As Ben travels on a horse together with his companion Lue, they encounter different people and go through exciting experiences. When Ben reaches the law firm in California, he is surprised by the jewels his b... more
  • Goodness and Mercy

    by frederick amina
    this book is about a man who over came all life's challenges through Jesus Christ.
  • Four Seasons

    by Eve Blohm
  • The Titchfield Turnabout

    by Paula Lennon

    Five teenagers from an elite high school in Port Antonio, Jamaica, vanish while sitting in detention and find themselves in the year 1728, which is the height of the slave trade from Africa to the West Indies and the Americas. The teens are from different racial backgrounds and the experience of the black teens Grace, Vanessa and Dalton differs significantly from that of mixed-heritage Isabel and white Patrick. Inevitable tensions arise among the students, exacerbated by living in an age of v... more

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